* Stores all of your passwords in a secure encrypted file
* Has auto-type so you don't have to type or remember your passwords
* Has a great password generator tool, so that you can reset all of your passwords to something secure
* Easily transferable password database.
* Can run off a USB stick
I checked it out a month ago on the recommendation of a mate, and have been using it ever since.
It has everything that you need. Fantastic program and has been serving me brilliantly for the past month. I have now gone through all of the sites that I use regularly and have been resetting my passwords to something random. If any of those passwords are leaked then it won't be the disaster it could have been!
And on the plus side, for the sites that I login to very occasionally (eg, once every six months) I don't have to scrounge around in my memory trying to figure out what my username+password is.
And for those horrible sites that have mandatory minimum password requirements, it makes it really easy to generate a password that fits their bizarre criteria. (Eg, only 6-10 characters long, certain characters not allowed, must contain upper and lower case etc etc etc).
Don't use Firefox's password storage! They are all stored in plain text! Anyone can view them!!